Kapadia v London Borough of Lambeth

Employment Appeal Tribunal, 1999. Full decision: bailii.org. An accountant suffered from reactive depression and was retired on medical grounds. One of the issues was whether counselling which he was having with a consultant clinical psychologist fell within Schedule 1 para 6. The EAT held it did fall within para 6. The court therefore had to … Read more Kapadia v London Borough of Lambeth

Morse v Wiltshire County Council

Employment Appeal Tribunal, 1998. Full decision: bailii.org. The applicant was a road worker. In a redundancy situation, the employing Council preferred qualified drivers. The applicant had limited movement and grip in his right hand, stiffness in his right leg and a susceptibility to blackouts. These limitations led to his being selected for redundancy. The Industrial … Read more Morse v Wiltshire County Council

Goodwin v Patent Office

Employment Appeal Tribunal, 1998. Full judgment: www.bailii.org. The applicant was a paranoid schizophrenic and had been dismissed by his employer following complaints of colleagues. He imagined that others could access his thoughts, and misinterpreted words and actions of colleagues in a paranoid way. Also, he often left the office, due to auditory hallucinations. However, he … Read more Goodwin v Patent Office